Irlande Crevecoeur studied at the Universidad Automona de Mexico, where she received her degree of Doctor of Medicine in 1996. She then moved to the United States and went to Miami Dade College and graduated as a Physician Assistant. She currently works at Doctor’s Medical Center as a Physician Assistant attending patients of all ages. Meanwhile, she is also an Associate Professor at Ross University as well as works attending patients in an Urgent Care setting. She loves her profession because she believes helping people live healthier lives is extremely rewarding as a career. She truly enjoys helping others and seeing her patient’s family’s overall satisfaction in their health.